The election is finally here, and millions of people will be heading out to cast their vote in one of the most important elections of our lifetimes.
Below we’ve compiled a list of resources to make sure that you are able to vote and make your voice heard! Find out where you need to go to vote, what to do if you run into any issues, and make sure that your polling place is accessible to you if you have a disability, and other important information:
Going to Vote
- Can I Vote?: Find your polling place, know what kind of ID to bring
- Google Politics & Elections: Find your polling place, learn about your local ballot
- Nonprofit VOTE 2012 Election Day Toolkit: Find your polls, check your registration, national hotlines information, voter guides and sample ballots
Know Your Rights
- ACLU – Know Your Voting Rights: State-by-State Voter Information: Know your Voting Rights
- American Association of People with Disabilities Voter Resource Center: Learn about voting for people with disabilities
- Asian American Justice Center Voting Rights: Learn about voting accessibility for those who speak a different language.
- Human Rights Campaign’s Vote for Equality
- NAACP’s This is My Vote
- League of Women Voters Education Fund
- Call or visit 866-OUR-VOTE: If you have trouble casting your ballot, call this number or visit their website for more information.
- Call 888-VE-Y-VOTA for Spanish speakers.
Please visit our website Every Voter Counts for additional resources!